Remote registry write using VBScript

Posted on 2004-09-27
Last Modified: 2010-05-18
How do you write a registry entry to a remote machine using vbscript?  I know the .regwrite function exists, but I can only find examples of it running against a local machine.  Any suggestions?
Question by:archv6625

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I think you need to be logged in as the same user on the remote machine\ have permissions to do so.

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I ended up using KIX, I was unable to get either of the above links to perform the needed operation.  Thanks though.

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